Recently, GIEBCN (Global Import Export Business Channel Network) was inaugurated in Kolkata. The company is engaged in international trade, new technology, mediating between international companies and local companies, including companies from Israel, American and European countries with India and Central Asia. Their vision is to bring together local and international companies, bringing new technology from around the world to improve and strengthen the economy and trade in our region, increase the gross domestic product and marketing in the international arena, and that the state can reach a commercially competitive capability in the global market. Its basic focus would be on the field of Agriculture, Waste Management, Poultry Technology, Power Generation from drainage water, cyber security and DogScan based security. GIEBCN was inaugurated by one of their international advisor , Mendi Safadi , Mendi Safadi,The head of Safadi center – for international diplomacy, research, Human Rights and public relations . Abhijit Ganguly speaks to Mendi Safadi about the bilateral relations between India and Israel.
It is said that bilateral relations between India and Israel hinge on three pegs – economic, defence and people to people contacts. What are the trade and economic ties between the two countries?
Today there are many economic cooperation between Israel and India, but most of the focus on cooperation in New Delhi and Mumbai, and my goal is to expand the cooperation with outlying areas, the periphery of India, not just the center.
What are the areas of cooperation between India and Israel other than security and defence?
There is cooperation in trade, Israeli factories have transferred their production line to India, there is cooperation of diamonds, agriculture, medicine and pharmaceuticals, cyber and other technologies.
Is there more coordination between India and Israel at the United Nations?